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Boomkat Product Review:
Somewhen provides the best release yet, by some distance, on Ostgut Ton’s Unterton label.
Over the last couple of years, Somewhen’s synth-heavy, tweaky and exploratory releases for his own Sana label and Index Marcel Fengler have come to define a fresh new edge of Berlin techno, a sound well aware of its past and yet clearly fixed on ‘floors of the near future.
The Null EP is a prime example of that style, trading in four lean, tensile variations scaling from the dank, halfstepping drums and wide, frozen Fairlight-style sighs of Grit thru the skin-crawling noise and sloshing hydro-electric pressure of Inward - imagine Mike Parker meets Kevin Drumm - to primal dark techno thuggery with a deadly Reese payload in Null Drift, and the bruxist EBM chew of Diskret to close.
Class A gear.